Chicago Bears: Khalil Mack donates $350K to emergency relief fund


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Mack is giving back to the community (Quinn Harris - USA Today Sports)
Mack is giving back to the community (Quinn Harris - USA Today Sports)

Antother day and another charitable move by the Chicago Bears.

Bears linebacker Khalil Mack donated $350,000 to COVID-19 emergency relief fund on Monday according to 'A Better Chicago.'

"The funds will go to immediately support Chicago nonprofits providing critical support to vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic," the non-profit said.

"I am blessed to be able to assist the community and excited to have others who have stepped up and partnered with me on this," Mack said in a press release. "A Better Chicago is on the ground and satisfying the immediate needs of so many. Let's not stop here, the effects of COVID are far from over."

Great job by Mack for trying to help people less fortunate in the Chicago area in this difficult time.

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